YouTube regularly implements new features into its iOS & iPadOS apps as experiments, and sometimes, those features are only made available to a small subset of users around the world while the experiment takes place. In other words, some users may see those new features, while others don’t.
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The jailbreak community is ramping up with excitement again as the Odyssey Team gets increasingly close to finishing up and releasing the upcoming Cheyote jailbreak tool for iOS & iPadOS 15.0-15.1.1.
There’s a new jailbreak tool in town, but before you jump to any conclusions and run to grab that dusty iOS or iPadOS 15 device you’ve been hanging onto, let’s just clear the air really quick – the tool in question is only intended for 32-bit iOS 9 devices.
Just this week, Hyperixa released a neat little app called IPSW, which could be used to see if a particular iPhone or iPad firmware version was being signed by Apple at the time of checking. The IPSW app was first made available for jailbroken iPhones and iPads via package managers such as Cydia, Sileo, and Zebra.
The Odyssey Team is hard at work in developing a functional jailbreak tool for iOS & iPadOS 15.0-15.1.1, a project that the team now calls Cheyote. The tool has been under development for quite some time, and project lead developer CoolStar has provided regular status updates along the way.
One thing jailbreakers and jailbreak hopefuls must pay close attention to is their handset’s firmware. Apple intently unsigns older versions of iOS and iPadOS to prevent users from downgrading to them from newer versions — an effort that makes jailbreaking more difficult as Apple pushes software updates frequently to patch the bugs and exploits used by jailbreak tools.
Apple just last week released iOS & iPadOS 15.6 to the masses following an extensive beta testing period involving both developers and public beta participants. Fast-forward to today, and Apple doesn’t want anyone turning back.
Another day, another series of updates regarding the status on the Odyssey Team’s upcoming rootless Cheyote jailbreak tool for iOS & iPadOS 15.0-15.1.1 devices.
Among some of my favorite activities to do on my iPhone when I’m bored and trying to pass time is watch videos. My hardline video consumption in these moments has exposed a myriad of pitfalls with the native iOS video player, many of which are remediable by way of jailbreak tweaks.
Sideloady, a popular alternative to AltStore for sideloading .ipa files onto iPhones and iPads as a means of bypassing the App Store to install apps, received a fresh update on Tuesday in the form of version 0.26.5.
When jailbreaking your iPhone or iPad, you may install a swath of different jailbreak tweaks. In some cases, you may find yourself in a certain mood to experience one type of aesthetic or functionality, but have a totally different whim another day.
There are a lot of different ways to immerse yourself in your music while it’s playing, but if you’re interested in going a little over the top, then a new jailbreak tweak called CanvasLife by iOS developer Sugiuta might be worth checking out.